OMEED Free Clinic for Acute Care and Physiotherapy in Azad Kashmir

In June of 2006, OMEED created a free acute care and physiotherapy clinic to serve the community of earthquake survivors in Garhi Doputta, Azad Kashmir. OMEED directly operated the clinic for 2 years, seeing 50-100 patients a day. In 2008, we transitioned the clinic’s services over to local healthcare providers to merge into the local health care system.

This project was generously funded by Operation USA ( ).

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EcoDome – Girls Vocational School and Community Center

Amidst post-earthquake reconstruction in Azad Kashmir in 2007, we built an ecodome – an earthquake-resistant, low-cost and environmentally low-impact building. This striking structure serves as a community center and vocational school for girls and underprivileged women.

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Girls Sewing School

We created and operated a sewing school for girls in Azad Kashmir. The initial school was operated in a tent and was later moved to the OMEED Ecodome after it was constructed, giving young women a comfortable and safe space to learn skills.

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Earthquake Relief – 2005 Earthquakes

In the aftermath of the 2005 earthquakes in Azad Kashmir, OMEED provided  emergency medical care, food supplies and building materials to help survivors rebuild their homes.  We also distributed winter clothing to boys and girls attending school in makeshift tent schools in the unusually cold winter in this mountainous region.

Flood Relief – 2010 Floods

In 2010, OMEED worked with numerous volunteers and local organizations to deliver food and emergency supplies to remote villages in the Neelum Valley that were badly affected by the floods in July of 2010.

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